PSIPW Research Chair

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The Prize Chair promotes research excellence and the application of advanced technology to realize the best, most economically viable solutions for maximizing benefit from available water resources.

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Various methods for harvesting and storing rainfall and runoff water have been successfully employed in a number of countries by various international organizations. There is a need for further research to improve these methods and adapt them to the particular circumstances of Saudi Arabia. These methods can then be used to strengthen the water sector, which is of strategic importance for Saudi Arabia's development.

Vision

The Chair's vision is to develop and institute techniques and programs that will provide the maximum possible benefit from rainfall and runoff water in order to alleviate serious water deficiencies and narrow the gap between water availability and demand. The Chair will realize this vision by initiating and supporting original and exceptional scientific research related to the harvesting and storage of rainfall and runoff water and by conducting studies to evaluate and develop these methods to adapt them for the particular needs of the region.

Mission Statement

The Chair of the Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water seeks to play a leading role in increasing scientific knowledge and awareness about the harvesting and storage of rainfall and runoff water. The Chair will accomplish this by conducting advanced research and by developing methods that can be instituted on the national level. This will allow Saudi Arabia to derive the maximum benefit from its rainfall and runoff water, which in turn will contribute to solving the country's water scarcity problem. The looming threat of climate change makes these matters all the more urgent. The methods and technologies pursued by the Chair will also provide a nucleus for training a cadre of researchers from our country's graduate students and produce a body of research of a quality commensurate with those of other research centers around the world.

Goals

1. To conduct advanced and specialized research related to the storage and harvesting of rainfall and runoff water and the effects that climate change has on these activities.
2. To attract qualified and distinguished scholars of international repute to conduct research into the problems of harvesting and storing rainfall and runoff water in Saudi Arabia and suggest appropriate solutions for those problems.
3. To promote and inculcate a culture of innovation and originality, to further scientific research that serves development and the economy, and to support means for cooperation and the sharing of expertise between the University and other organizations concerned with water.
4. To exchange knowledge with other specialized research centers.
5. To increase awareness of the importance of water by achieving the maximum possible benefit from rainfall and runoff water in addition to managing water demand.
6. To strengthen to position of the Prince Sultan Research Center for Environment, Water, and Desert so it will play a leading role in research related to the harvesting and storage of rainfall and runoff water on the national, regional, and global level.
7. To publish the results of the Chair's research in top-ranking scientific journals.

Activities

1. Engaging in pioneering scientific research into various aspects of harvesting and storing rainfall and runoff water as well as the effects of climate change.
2. Holding a variety of activities related to the Chair's research areas, including seminars, workshops, and conferences.
3. Supervising masters-level and doctoral research in cooperation with the relevant departments of the university.
4. Establishing and equipping an advanced laboratory to serve the Chair's various research needs.
5. Designing physical and computer models that effectively communicate the Chair's research output.

Inauguration

The charter for the Chair was ratified on 19 July 2008 and was inaugurated on 1 November 2008 during a formal ceremony held under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Khalid Bin Sultan Bin Abdulaziz, Assistant Defense Minister for Military Affairs and Chairman of the Prize Council for the Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water.

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